G20 protests converge on Bank of England

The Bank of England on Wednesday was surrounded by anti-capitalist protesters, converging on Threadneedle Street to vent their anger at the crisis on the eve of the London G20 summit.

The Bank was the focal point for four marches organised by a group called the G20 meltdown that were dubbed the four horsemen of the apocalypse.

The four marches were branded the silver horse against financial crimes, the black horse against land closures and borders, the green horse against climate change and

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